The kitchen is part of the open-plan living area. Picture: supplied.Upstairs, there is another living space with built-in study area while the main bedroom has an ensuite and all four bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. There is also a family bathroom on this level.The kitchen and bathrooms have recently been renovated and the home has been repainted. Mr Edmondson said his favourite thing about the home was the outdoor areas, including the resort-style pool, back deck and landscaped front and back yards. 8 Margaret Crescent, WakerleyTHIS family home was built to be a parkside sanctuary with a tropical resort feel. Owners Paul and Karen Edmondson fought to get the block at 8 Margaret Cres, Wakerley as it was the only one in Mossvale estate with direct front door access to the park. They built their dream four-bedroom home in 2008. “We’ve loved it. We’ve invested quite a lot in creating a sanctuary that we can come home to after a tiring week,” Mr Edmondson said. The poolside area has been created to be a sanctuary. Picture: supplied.“It feels like we’re on holidays every weekend. And the kids can get in the park, access the swings and ride their bikes without crossing a single road. More from newsCrowd expected as mega estate goes under the hammer7 Aug 2020Hard work, resourcefulness and $17k bring old Ipswich home back to life20 Apr 2020“For us, it’s the best blend of urban home with a tropical resort feel while still having that sense of space and community.”Set across two levels, the home has a separate lounge room on the ground floor along with an open-plan living, dining and kitchen area, laundry and powder room. The kitchen has two pack cabinetry, stone benchtops and an island bench. The separate living area looks out over the landscaped yard. Picture: supplied.“We like to sit out the front in the afternoon and evening looking out to the park, enjoying a glass of wine and that acreage feel as the sun sets,” he said. “On the weekend, and in summer in particular, we like being in the backyard with music on and the cricket on the outdoor TV.”The property is on the market through Todd Gerhardt of Remax Advantage.
Mike Gundy talked to Doug Gottlieb about dancing in the locker room and how coach is doing it now.“They’re not as good, though, when you watch them. I said ‘listen, I’m the best at it and I’m the guy who started it. Some of these other guys who do it they’re just not as good as I am at it, they really struggle with it.”Doug asked him if he’s showing his stuff off at the Tumbleweed.“I served so much time at the Tumbleweed that I haven’t had the guts to go back out there.”I don’t even know what to say about any of this. When he said “I’m the best at it” I lost it. I spewed tea onto my desk.Also he talks math and science in the same answer about why his starters don’t play on special teams…which is always scary. Even though it’s well-documented that I love what Gundy is doing.“The math of it, Doug….we’re real into the science part of saving our players’ legs and trying to keep them fresh.”Basketball references, Tumbleweed thoughts, being jealous of Kingbury, “ack-your-it” talk, referencing his school in the third person, this interview really had it all. Two of my favorite talkers, too.If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers!